When we were growing up we always hoped we’d end up being as talented as legendary photographer Terry O’Neill. But turns out we weren’t very good with our Kodak disposable. Luckily, the masterful snapper's latest retrospective of work shows us how it’s really done with a selection of photographs documenting the swinging Sixties and includes The Beatles and The Stones, as well as never-before-seen images.
The new exhibition at Chris Beetles fine photographs, which opened last month, is a mix of small vintage prints and striking large modern prints that O'Neill created from his original negatives, such as the magnificent Raquel Welsh and the perennially cool Paul Newman.
Terry O’Neill: 50 years at the top, Chris Beetles fine photographs: 23 March – 23 April